New footage has emerged of Michael Jackson's harrowing Pepsi commercial accident in 1984 that set the late singer's hair on fire, causing severe burns to his face and scalp — and is said to be the start of his reported painkiller addiction, according to Us Weekly.Daily Mail that the Jackson family staged an intervention about the singer's drug abuse. "We kept asking him if it was true what we had heard that he was using drugs," he said. "He kept denying it. He said we were over-reacting. We also spoke to a doctor and he assured us it was not the situation. He said he was there to make sure Michael was healthy."- A coroner visited the office of Jackson's dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, on Tuesday to follow up on a subpoena seeking additional medical records. Klein has been cooperating with the investigation, the Associated Press reports.
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